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Whether you’re just starting out in your career, or you’ve held a years-long leadership position, career development is a life-long process. Maintaining your skills, practicing your talents, and earning new qualifications are all a part of career development. November is National Career Development Month, so let’s reflect on the career advice and development strategies we have gained in 2021.
If you have been a leader for a while, perhaps it’s time to mull over what it means to be a leader who can Coach, Counsel, and Cheer.
If you are aspiring to be a leader, consider what it means to focus on Leadership Advancement: Moving Up and Moving Over.
An important part of career development is prioritizing that You Deserve Good Self-Care.
If you don’t have a lot of time to devote to career development, try to Send These Five Weekly Emails to Advance Your Career.
Career development for you may take the form of transitioning From the Military to Academia.
Do you often find yourself mediating conflict situations within your office or department? If you haven’t already, maybe you should Add ‘Mediator’ to Your Skill Set.
Career development may mean Leaving One Academic Position for Another.
Moving up in a career often pivots around a performance review that highlights your strengths and identifies any potential weaknesses in the fulfillment of your role. Before the next one, learn How to Have a Productive Performance Review.
We all need mentors, and having role models who guide your career is essential. Have you thought about the Three Mentors You Need Who Are Not Your Boss?
A large part of developing your career may start by coming to terms with a negative aspect of your role and Managing Academic Disappointment.
Finally, career development may mean moving beyond your comfort zone and facing new challenges. Here is a Three-Step Guide to Overcoming Impostor Syndrome.
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